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Thread: My Flash Memory is Write-Protected (?)

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    My Flash Memory is Write-Protected (?)

    I picked up a 16GB USB Toshiba flash memory stick.

    I started copy some files to it and at about 2.60GB in I began to get a message that the drive was write-protected.

    Now I cannot delete, add to, or edit the files on the drive, which hadn't been used before.

    I searched the internet, but the instructions are complex and incomplete.
    http://whatrevitwants.blogspot.com/2...-media_20.html

    IU see mention of the following: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\StorageDevicePolicies

    But where am I supposed to type this?

    Since I know nothing except basic stuff with using windows when I get to the desktop, does anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks.

    Darren Harris
    Staten Island, New York.

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    Ext User(Paul) Guest

    Re: My Flash Memory is Write-Protected (?)

    jamesjaddah1755@gmail.com wrote:
    > I picked up a 16GB USB Toshiba flash memory stick.
    >
    > I started copy some files to it and at about 2.60GB in I began to get a message that the drive was write-protected.
    >
    > Now I cannot delete, add to, or edit the files on the drive, which hadn't been used before.
    >
    > I searched the internet, but the instructions are complex and incomplete.
    > http://whatrevitwants.blogspot.com/2...-media_20.html
    >
    > IU see mention of the following: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Contro l\StorageDevicePolicies
    >
    > But where am I supposed to type this?
    >
    > Since I know nothing except basic stuff with using windows when I get to the desktop, does anyone have any ideas?
    >
    > Thanks.
    >
    > Darren Harris
    > Staten Island, New York.


    "I picked up a 16GB USB Toshiba flash memory stick."

    I hope not from Ebay. As Ebay is filled with counterfeit
    sticks where a "16GB" stick only contains 2GB of flash.

    And I don't even know if there is a utility that can
    probe past the controller, to find out whether it
    is legit or not.

    Paul

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